In 2014, we expect that the government will introduce a series of reform measures, and GDP will continue to grow at a slightly slower pace of 7.6%. ODI continued to grow in 2013, and the gap between ODI and FDI became more narrow. Investment from the non-financial sectors in Russia, the US, Australia and Southeast Asia grew faster than in other regions; the US continued to attract the largest portion of Chinese investment, while energy and power was the largest recipient of China funds; private investors from China continued their interest in outbound investments, and were a significant contributor in North America and Europe; Ireland received relatively more attention from Chinese companies, as a channel into Europe.
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